Book Reviews of Angel in a Red Dress

Angel in a Red Dress
Angel in a Red Dress
Author: Judith Ivory
ISBN-13: 9780060555832
ISBN-10: 0060555831
Publication Date: 11/26/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 72 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Meh! Good for a night of brain candy.
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Helpful Score: 2
A little "heavier" reading than her other books, but still good. Drags in the middle a bit but the beginning and end are great. Alot of historical details, 18th century England/France war.
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spell binding thrill seeking and dramatic!! i thought it was an excellent book!!
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Reliable Ivory story;strong characters,plotkept my interest. When they first meet,he is an agent for the Crown during the French Revolution,she a feisty deb in her first season. Time passes, they connect and then get tangled in the web of a nasty political spider.
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Good book but a little difficult to read.
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Adrien Hunt is a spy for the English crown during the French Revolution. He is in love with Christina Bower but refuses to acknowledge this even to himself. Christina is in love also and very concerned about Adrien's covert operations. She doesn't know that he is a spy but she's figuring it out from the many clues given inadvertantly.

I enjoyed this book. Christina and Adrien were both very likeable characters. I'm not much on war and whatnot but Judith Ivoy kept to the minimum on the historical details which made it rather enjoyable.
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She is an amazing author. Excellent book to read
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Beautiful heroine has every reason to avoid hero. He is an earl while she is of common birth--he will never offer marriage. He is a man of intrigue, perhaps playing both sides in a most perilous game. Worst of all, the arrogant, lethally charming rogue revels in his repulation as libertine, unrepentant of the many bedchambers through which he's romped and the many hearts he's broken.
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Beautiful, level-headed Christina Bower has every reason to avoid Adrien Hunt. He is an earl while she is of common birth-he will never offer marriage. He is a man of intrigue, perhaps playing both sides in a most perilous game. Worst of all, the arrogant, lethally charming rogue revels in his reputation as libertine, unrepentant of the many bedchambers through which he's romped and the many hearts he's broken.

Yet the warmth of his breath on her cheek makes her knees weak-though Adrien would never admit that his pursuit of sensible, lovely Christina goes beyond mere desire alone. Does she dare submit to the irresistible devil's practiced seductions? Does she dare enter Adrien's dangerous world-and if she surrenders to it, will he only break her heart, too?
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Beautiful, level-headed Christina Bower has every reason to avoid Adrien Hunt. He is an earl while she is of common birth-he will never offer marriage. He is a man of intrigue, perhaps playing both sides in a most perilous game. Worst of all, the arrogant, lethally charming rogue revels in his reputation as libertine, unrepentant of the many bedchambers through which he's romped and the many hearts he's broken.

Yet the warmth of his breath on her cheek makes her knees weak-though Adrien would never admit that his pursuit of sensible, lovely Christina goes beyond mere desire alone. Does she dare submit to the irresistible devil's practiced seductions? Does she dare enter Adrien's dangerous world-and if she surrenders to it, will he only break her heart, too?